My Time to Care
Barbara Winters weaves the reader through the care giving process of an ordinary family. She offers tried and true solutions to the care giver along with giving hope to the elderly. She faced all of these problems and resolved them through her faith in God. This book provides the reader with step-by-step counseling and provides a sense of kinship when caring for people, even in adverse circumstances. You will develop a new sense of priorities and a new outlook on life. Care giving is a mutually beneficial process whereby the helper and the helped grow and heal; it underscores the inherent biblical truism, "It is more blessed to give than to receive" and "Honor your Father and Your Mother."
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